" Thou comest to me with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come to thee in the name of the L-rd of Hosts, the G-d of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast humiliated..." (I Samuel, 17:45-47)

Tikkun Olam

It is tragic that secular Jewish liberals have made it their mantra to engage in acts of "Tikkun Olam" (repairing the world), through the distorted prism of a skewed morality based upon western notions of "social justice." These misguided Jews desecrate The Almighty's name by fighting for the tenets of liberalism, pacifism, pluralism, feminism, and numerous other forms of idolatry that are antithetical to Torah law. Having said that, it must be stated outright that those Jews who identify as idealogical conservatives are also distorting Judaism. While there may be occasions when a conservative concept may accord with a Jewish one (as indeed there may be with a "liberal" one), to say that Judaism equals conservatism is equally false and repugnant. As Jews our morals are derived solely from the Torah, and we neither go to the "right" nor the "left." Committed Jews follow the Torah without wavering, and adhere to what The Almighty deems to be correct. While it is certainly true that Jews have an obligation to "repair the world", the framework is solely through "the Kingdom of The Almighty", as we recite three times a day in the "Aleinu" prayer. Only one who understands what Judaism really is, without any regard for contemporary values or mores, is equipped to engage in such an endeavor. As Jews, our primary injunction is to teach the entire world about the one true G-d. This is the meaning of the Jewish mandate to "be a light unto the nations."

"And on that day, G-d will be one, and His name is One."